|U of S Welcome Week|
|Sunday, 02 September 2012 08:48|
There are more students staying in residence this year than ever before at the University of Saskatchewan.
A record 16-hundred students are making their home on campus.
Move-in day for Voyageur Place is Sunday.
Move-in for the College Quarter residences, including two brand new buildings opening for the first time, is Monday, and for students living in Seager Wheeler, it's Tuesday.
Over 23-hundred students and 300 volunteers are registered for Orientation, which begins at 9 on Tuesday in the Bowl, and an address from President Ilene Busch-Vishniac at 9:45.
Aboriginal and international student orientation begins on Wednesday. The first day of classes is Thursday, and that's when the welcome week activities begin, with a beer gardens, live music, and a carless drive-in movie double feature.
Saskatoon transit users will see routes to the University resuming. The routes were temporarily discontinued over the summer but will return as University of Saskatchewan students begin orientation on Tuesday.
The route changes take into effect Sunday.
(ct/jl Sep 2/12]